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Mindshift PhotoCross 10 Sling - Carbon

Mindshift PhotoCross 10 Sling -  Carbon

Now i can stop buying camera bags!
, Melbourne, VIC, 11/03/2020

After many purchases and lots of $$$ this bag finally fits the criteria for me.

I was looking for something to use as a carry on and general day out camera bag that will hold my 80D and a couple of small lenses. I could even also take my G7 and a lens if i really had to. I also wanted room for my phone, wallet and papers (tickets, passport, park maps etc) and hold a drink bottle. I am a fan of sling type packs and over the shoulder messenger bags but i found it hard to get one that holds a drink bottle. Until now i have been using a Lowepro Passport 3, which i love and is also a very good choice, but i dont like the fact that the outer pockets are not secure.

If you are looking for something similar to me, then dont hesitate to grab this bag. It is also more comfortable than all the others (and i tried a lot of them out before buying).

If you have a bit more gear, or larger lenses then you should probably check out the bigger size bag.

Pros: Easy to use, Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Inca ILK1 Light Stand & 40" Umbrella + Carry Bag

Inca ILK1 Light Stand & 40

Great little light stand kit
, Melbourne, 5/03/2020

This is a fantastic little portable light stand kit. I was originally looking just for a light stand but this little beaut comes with a 2 in 1 umbrella, cold shoe attachment and carry bag. At the price that Ted's sells it, it's great value.

The only con for me (which may be a pro for you) is the weight. It's a little light in the base, meaning it's great for portability but I fear it may be a bit prone to tipping. I will probably use a bit of gaffer tape when using around high traffic areas.

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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DJI Osmo Action

DJI Osmo Action

A great camera and robust
, Upper Ferntree Gully, 2/03/2020

Compared to the Pocket which I have it's just great to pull out and use when ever, The "pocket" is also great but less robust and delicate although the stabilization is superior.
For a cam that's easy to use and full of features the "Action" has it, a removable lens protector is a plus so you can screw on ND filters, the only thing I can say that's disappointing is that you get nothing with it! no second battery, no underwater enclosure, no hand held selfie stick, no mounting accessories other than the two in the box?

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Screen size
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Vanguard Alta Fly 55T

Vanguard Alta Fly 55T

Alta Fly 55T too heavy for carry on.
, Gold Coast, 25/02/2020

This camera bag is well built, comfortable, weirdly shaped inside due to the T bar running up the centre, awesome on rollers and simply not made for carry-on air travel due to the excessive weight. At approximately 4kg I can take one pro level DSLR and one lens (maybe two but not a 70-200 f2.8). Nothing else in the bag and that's your 7kg right there. Not as tough as a hard case but almost as heavy! This bag is for car travel and that's it, hope this helps the plane travellers.

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Black Eye PRO 3IN1 Clip on Lens Kit

Black Eye PRO 3IN1 Clip on Lens Kit

Best for mobile photography
, 20/02/2020

This kit really took my photos at another level. I'm not professional in any way but I can see that my pictures have gone a notch up compared to my previous ones.

Please see my unboxing video of this kit.

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Sigma AF 56mm f/1.4 DC DN (C) - Sony E Mount

Sigma AF 56mm f/1.4 DC DN (C) - Sony E Mount

A little ripper
, Sunshine coast, 4/02/2020

Crystal clear and stumpy , this little portrait lens very much over delivers . Only usable on apsc cameras , it is a great addition to the 6500 series of cameras . The incredible f 1.4 aperture should be enough of a deal sealer , but with a bucket load of f-stops to 2.8 , an already fast aperture , it is in a class of its own . Fitted to a A6000 series this is as compact as it is powerful . It gives incredible bokeh and very fine depth of field . This is an amazing travel lens , street shots, food and portraits are all well within its grasp . After using this lens on my A6500 I will not part with it . Such a good little lens . I only ticked the battery life con because there are no cons to this lens .

Pros: Compact
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Canon IXUS 190

Canon IXUS 190

Great camera with minimal dramas
, Melbourne eastern suburbs, 3/02/2020

Image quality A+ I find I have to transport in a zip lock bag as the lens attracts dust even when retracted and turned off, No touch screen which is it's major flaw, you have to press shutter button halve way while you center focus on your subject then move your camera to get the frame before pressing fully to take the shot, quite annoying, The camera wont stand up on its base properly unless where you place it is perfectly flat with no wind for the spontaneous group selfie shots. The camera is quite old now, surprised to see it still for sale. Great camera for a newbie, better make sure you have spare batteries and a screen protector.

Pros: Easy to use, Compact, Build quality, Battery life, Screen size
Cons: Build quality
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Canon EOS M50

Canon EOS M50

A great camera with some traps
, Melbourne Eastern suburbs, 3/02/2020

When using a wireless mike input, it fouls with the flip screen, when gripping camera with TTL flash on your hands can easily cover ir beam on grip causing flash dramas and you can easily bump af/mf wheel on back causing out of focus shots. If you don't use a TTL flash on the hot shoe your battery life in camera reduces quite fast causing poor flash or no flash. VLOGGING is great, face track A+ . Impossible to change battery while on a tripod. Lens cap goes missing, I'm on my third! The wireless feature A+ especially for taking shots on a tripod. Low light with built in flash, very poor quality photos as the auto iso seems to work around 1600+ shots turn out grainy and not usable, using a TTL flash and manually setting ISO to 400 seems to give good portrait lighting with a crisp result so an external flash is a must, too bad you have to spend as much again in dollars just on a decent flash. You don't need it but I also bought an over the shoulder external power source for the flash, I used it all night at a wedding and it barely touched the battery level. Hope this helps with the purchase guys.

Pros: Easy to use, Compact
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Sigma AF 16mm f/1.4 DC DN (C) - Sony E Mount

Sigma AF 16mm f/1.4 DC DN (C) - Sony E Mount

A wide angle wonder
, Sunshine coast, 31/01/2020

I bought this lens at the Maroochydore store and at first I wondered if it would do more than landscapes . Well , how wrong I was . The fast aperture soon had me sold on it . Tack sharp and full of contrast this little prime also has heaps of f-Stops from an ultra fast 1.4 ..to 2.8 .. The bokeh is just amazing , perfectly round and giving great highlights . I use this lens to shoot food at times and it excels . There are 2 other lenses in the Sigma Contempory range , so for a Sony 6000 series these are my first choice . So damn sharp and compact . They certainly suit the apsc format mirrorless. It is also an incredible lens to shoot group portraits . That is 4-8 people . This is a stunning little lens , build quality is great , as is handling . If you think you wont use a wide angle then you are in for a big surprise . I was .

Pros: Compact
Cons: Battery life
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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Sony E-Mount 200-600mm f5.6-6.3 FE G OSS

Sony E-Mount 200-600mm f5.6-6.3 FE G OSS

Killer Lens
, Sunshine coast, 31/01/2020

I regard that this lens is set to become a legend . Sticking to a modest 3x optical Zoom range and internal focusing make it optically very sharp . I don't like lenses that trombone, as I call it , or change length with zoom function . This beast would kill it at photographing football field size areas . Any parent that wants to photograph family playing sports this is the cream of the crop . I have used it for surf stills and video and it amazes the people I shoot . Professionals I know proclaim this lens " Tack Sharp " and they are using it as well . So that probably says it all . It also accommodates the smaller APSC Sony's where it becomes a 300mm-900mm , but wait there is more . The modest aperture is no problem to these guys as they just up the sensitivity . One even said "You don't need a monopod ". Better have steady hands though . So when you want to reach out and touch somebody , this is your " Go to " Lens .

Pros: Build quality
Cons: Bulky
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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